Tuition and Fees

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At Concord University, 70.5 percent of full-time undergraduates receive some kind of need-based financial aid. 

The average need-based scholarship or grant award is $5,942.

Concord University has the lowest average loan debt for graduates of all WV four-year public universities.

 Current Academic Year (Fall 2018 - Spring 2019):

  In-State Out-of-State Tuition Reduction Programs
Tuition $7,876.00 $17,320.00 $13,320.00
(double occupancy)*
$4,502.00 $4,502.00 $4,502.00
Board (19 meal plan) $4,486.00 $4,486.00 $4,486.00
Total $16,864.00 $26,308.00 $22,308.00


Current Summer Terms (2018) In-State Out-of-State Tuition Reduction Programs **
(per credit hour)
$316.00 $694.00 $527.00
Board $674.00 $674.00 $674.00
(double occupancy)*
$677.00 $677.00 $677.00


* North and South Tower residents will be assessed an additional Residential Capital Improvement Fee in the amount of $458.00 per year.  Summer terms will be assessed a prorated amount for each term.

** Full-time enrollment for both summer terms is required to receive the discounted rate during the summer terms.  The on-campus requirement is waived for the summer terms only.

Additional course specific fees will be assessed upon enrollment. These fees vary depending on the actual courses selected and are identified as special charges in the Academic Catalog.

Books are estimated at $550 per semester. There is a one-time $85.00 Freshman Orientation Fee and a one-time $50.00 Graduation Fee, when applicable.

 Current Academic Year (Fall 2017 - Spring 2018):

International Tuition and Fees Outline of costs at CU for one year
Tuition $16,654.00
(double occupancy)*
Board (19 meal plan) $4,314.00
Miscellaneous (non-chargeable) $5,153.00
Total $30,449.00